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Talking Circle: Human Trafficking in Tribal Communities

“Talking Circle” Q&A Summary Human trafficking impacts tribal people more than most of us realize with traffickers preying on vulnerabilities such as jurisdiction, prosecution, and limited resources. On January 27, 2021, three panelists shared their experience working with tribal communities and answered participant questions during a Talking Circle titled “Human Trafficking in Tribal Communities.” Discussion…

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Adolescent Brain Development and Dating Violence Webinar

Understanding Adolescent Brain Development in Teen Dating Violence Cases March 29, 3:00-4:30pm EST National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Link to view webinar recording. This webinar is part of the Teen Dating Violence Judicial Training and Technical Assistance Project. The 90-minute presentation will provide participant judges with a brief overview of brain development…

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Community of Practice Virtual Gathering

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week and Victims’ Rights in Tribal Communities March 23, 3:00pm EST Unified Solutions Tribal Community Development Group Unified and Tribal Victim Service Programs held an interactive discussion on National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) and Victims’ Rights in Tribal Communities. Discussion included federal Victims’ Rights, developing Tribal Victims’ Rights Codes, and…

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Name That Tune! – Integrating Music into Senior Fraud Education

“From a learning theory perspective, research on arts integrated learning has shown benefits related to memory and recall; engagement; and may provide a relaxed atmosphere more conducive to learning. In terms of inclusion, the format of the game and conferencing software functionality allow for “phone only” players to participate as well. Perhaps most important, we came to learn that participants just really have a lot of fun participating in this activity.”

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